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“Sargent and the Sea”

Took a few days off this week and spent part of the time at the latest John Singer Sargent exhibition at the RA in London. Readers of this blog may have surmised I’m a Sargent fan – see blog post … Continue reading

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Learning from the Best

Recently, I could possibly be accused of excess Tweeting and blogging about the work of John Singer Sargent.  There’s a reason for my enthusiasm: well several reasons, actually.  Firstly, his drawing skills were second to none, and anyone who knows me … Continue reading

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Broadway Arts Festival

Visited the Broadway Arts Festival today.  It’s a biennial exhibition, this year celebrating the 125th anniversary of John Singer Sargent’s first visit to Broadway. Only had time for two events; one was better than I expected and one less so.  … Continue reading

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